Kroger and Pedigree team up for
Henry County Animal Care and Control
Bobby Mittal, of Kroger Store #493, presents a check donation to Geri Yoder, Director of Henry County Animal Care and Control. Pictured in front row (l. to r.) Gerri Yoder, Chairman Elizabeth 'B.J.' Mathis and Bobby Mittal. Back row (l. to r.)District IV Commissioner Reid Bowman, District III Commissioner Randy Stamey, District I Commissioner Warren Holder, District II Commissioner Brian Preston and District V Commissioner Bruce Holmes.
In an effort to assist Henry County Animal Care and Control with placing shelter dogs in forever homes, the Pedigree Foundation partnered with local Kroger Grocery Stores and raised donations in the amount of $4,211, which they donated to the shelter.
The campaign ran from April 29 to May 12 where a portion of proceeds from Pedigree products purchased would go to supporting local, non-profit animal shelters to assist officials in finding homeless dogs permanent homes.
Bobby Mittal, one of the managers at the Hudson Bridge Kroger Grocery Store #493 in Stockbridge, presented a check to officials from Henry County Animal Care and Control at Monday’s regular Commission meeting, where the Henry County Board of Commissioners approved acceptance of the donation.
For more information on Henry County Animal Care and Control, visit www.hcacc.org.